Rethinking Instruments John F. Kennedy's inauguration address:


According to Aristotle, the speaker or the writer has three ways to convince his audience: The first type depends on the personality of the speaker. the second is about putting a certain frame of mind into the audience, the third is evidence or evidence that is presented with the words in the talk.

One of the most influential people for the past century was John F. John. Kennedy, a well-known publicist,

His well-known speeches show how his convincing writing or spoken speech art (rhetoric) is used by the author or the speaker to convey the meaning to the listener or the reader's contribution to the purpose or subject of the message of his compatriots

Definition of Terms.

1. Alliteration : Repetition of the sounds of the words at the beginning of the words that are close to each other.

2. History . A brief or indirect reference to a person, place, event, or transition in the literature or in the Bible, which is well-known by the reader

. Amplitude . Detailed clarification of a point in detail.

4. Analogy : Comparison between two things where more complex is explained more clearly.

5. Anapora Repetition of one or more words in the heading of continuous expressions, points or sentences

6. Anastrope Discriminatory order, emphasis

7. Antimetabole : Continuous or repetitive words or phrases are in force

8. Antithesis : Contrast in parallel expressions (not to disturb the usual use of the word, to denote "extreme contrary")

9. Assonance : Repetition of sound sounds between different horns

10. Asindetho Conclusion absence

11. Chiasmus : Book Order Separation from One Express to Another

12. Climax : It is constructed in the order of organization, significance, weight or acceleration of words, sentences or sentences

. Conduplication : Andrippos is like a repeat of the previous word, but it follows at the beginning of the next from the previous expression, sentence, or sentence, the key word (not just the last word). [1965]] Conssonance Repetition of identical sounds of two or more words in the near future

15. Ellps Any missing part of the word that is easily understood

16. Ethos : Makes some audience values ​​and believes it's good or right.

17. Hyperbole : Reasonable exaggeration, humor or accentation

18. Images The notion of light that prompts images of things on the mind, using one or more of the five sensations

19. Logos : reasoning logically, logically

20. Methane Declaration of qualifications – reducing or strengthening its celebration.

21. Metaphor . Instead of one subject, mean or identify.

22. Oxymoron : Contradictory terms or ideas are combined

23. Parallelism : words, expressions, episodes, or larger structures, putting them side by side and making them like that

. Paradox A statement that seems to contradict itself, but it turns out that it has a rational meaning.

25: Pathos : Appeals to Emotions

26: Personalization : Assigning Attributes to Human Attributes to an Invalid or Impressive Object

27. Polysyndeton : Putting it in the list in each word of the word

28. Duplication The word or phrase is used two or more times in close proximity

29. Rhetorical question . A registry effect was asked, which focuses on one point, no response is expected

30: Sententia . Point punctuation containing aphorism

31: Synthesis the grammatical structure of the sentence;

32. Triangular A number of parallel words, expressions, clauses or statements

33: Zeugma : Includes several similar rhetorical devices that include one or more parts of the word grammatically correct (or partly) of the word

Rhetoric devices present Alliteration [19659002] • "the same solemnity" (2nd sentence of paragraph 2)

• "Man is in his mortal hands" (1st sentence of paragraph 3)

• "for which our ancestors fought" Paragraph 3 Paragraph 3)

• "Friend and Enemy" (paragraph 4)

• Does "(paragraph 5

• "Pay any price, pay for any burden …" (paragraph 5)

• "freedom and success of freedom" (paragraph 5)

"loyal friends" (19th Edition)

• "colonial control" (1st sentence of paragraph 8)

(Article 19, paragraph 2)

• "break the massive misery bonds" (9 Paragraph 11]

• "his scrap can be operated" (paragraph 11)

• "dark authorizations" (Paragraph 12)

• Sustainable dissemination (paragraph 14)

• "Sincerity is always exposed" (paragraph 15)

• "peace-loving" from 9th to the last paragraph

• "carry the burden" (paragraph 6)

• "large and universal alliance" (paragraph 5)

• "power and

* Stamping

] • "I swear to you and to the Almighty." (Second sentence, second sentence)

• "Those who are stubbornly striving after the tiger" (last sentence of paragraph 8)

Fasten [19659002] • "Let both sides leave both sides let the two sides … let the two sides (paragraphs 16-19)

* analogy

• "those who are striving for


"All forms of human poverty and all forms of human life" (paragraph 3 of paragraph 1) "Not because Communists can do that not because we aspire to vote, but because it is right "(paragraph 1, paragraph 9)

•" Those old allies … those new states … These people. … our sister … To the world … these nations … "(paras. 7-12)

•" We do not always expect them to find our viewpoint. However, we always hope to find their strong support for their freedom "(Article 19, paragraphs 2 and 3)

•" Both sides are burdened with the value of modern weapons, both are rightly concerned with the deadly atom even though they both compete in changing the uncertain balance of terrorism that remains in the hands of the final war of humanity "(Paragraph 14)

•" Let both sides be left … Let both sides be left … "(16 -19)

• "Not as a weapon to bear Although we have armaments and not call for a military call, although we are desperate but we urge to bear the burden of long-lasting burdens during the year and year "(From 6th to last paragraph)

•" The first hundred days, neither will it end in the first thousand days, nor in the life of this administration, and even on this planet during our lifetime. "(From the 8th to the last paragraph)

Anastrophe [19659002•"Donotcount"[1]

• "We are in the position of the (Paragraph 6)

• "Ask" (paragraph 26)

* Antimetabole

• "Ask your country which you can do for yourself, ask what you can do for your country "(Chapter 3)

• We are never negotiating with fear. But let's not be afraid to negotiate. "(Article 19, paragraph 2)

* Conflict

•" We are watching not today's victory but a holiday of freedom, as well as a change. "[…] not by the state's generosity but by God" (second sentence of paragraph 2)

• "Support any friend, any enemy …" (paragraph 5)

• "Unified that we can not do in a number of cooperative enterprises. (Article 2, paragraph 2)

• "No … because not … because …" (paragraph 1 of paragraph 9) [19659002•"

• "Let both sides examine the issues that unite us to exchange the issues that divide us. "Paragraph 16

" Not a new balance of power, but a new world of law "(paragraph 20)

•" Not as a weapon of call … not a call for a military call. (Paragraph 19)

• "I do not cut this responsibility, I welcome it" (paragraph 2 of paragraph 25)

Ask what your country can do, ask what can [Paragraph 26]

• "Ask what America will do for you, but what can we do together for the freedom of mankind?" (paragraph 2)

* [ [9459003] Assonance

• "… sustained spread of a deadly atom" (Paragraph 14)


• "We will pay any price, any burden, meet any difficult support for any enemy, support any enemy. "(Paragraph 5)

•" explore the stars, conquer the deserts, destroy the diseases, and destroy the depths of the ocean "(Session 2, page 18 •

• "Energy, Faith, Loyalty" (paragraph 4)

* Chiasmus

• "Let's never be afraid of fear, but let's never be afraid to negotiate" (Article 19, paragraph 2 )

• "Ask your country to do for you, ask what you can do for your country" (paragraph 3 above) wtyun) 1965-9002] * Climax

• «It will not be completed within the first hundred days. Nor will it end in the first thousand days, nor in the life of this administration, nor even on this planet during our lifetime

Conduplication 19659002] • "helping them to help" (Chapter 19)

• "good deeds in good deeds" (1st sentence of paragraph 10)

• "Free men and free governments"

• "absolute power … absolute supervision … "(paragraph 17)

The sentence of paragraph 10

•" warplanes are far from peace (Paragraph 11) "Heritage"

• "Whether we want good or bad we are …" (Paragraph 5)

* [VicePresidentJohnsonMrPresidentMrJusticeJudgePresidentEisenhowerVicePresidentNielsenTumanPontificalVisittotheUnitedStatesofAmerica1960-OurclergyourcompatriotsTodayweseenotthetriumphoftriumphbuttheholidayoffreedomwhichsymbolizestheendaswellasthebeginningpointingtorenewalaswellasthechange"(Paragraphs1and2)

•" In a long history of the world, how many generations have been given the role of freedom in the greatest danger at its time? (Paragraph 4)

• "Our only true gift with a good conscience, the final judge of our affairs with history, let's go ahead of ourselves that we love the earth, asking for His blessing and help, but knowing that God's work on earth should be ours "(last sentence of the last paragraph) Hyperbole

" Let all nations know if we are good or bad, to pay any price, to burden, confront any difficulty, support any friend, oppose any enemy to ensure survival and freedom. "(Paragraph 5

* Images

•" Jah has been transmitted to Americans of the new generation "(paragraph 4) [19659002] * Logos

(1st sentence of the 1st sentence)

• "New States we welcome in the freedom" (1st sentence) • "for violating people's mass miserable bonds (19659002, 1st sentence)

• "This World Assembly of Sovereign States," Mia (Paragraph 11)

• "Nations That Make Their Adversary" (paragraph 12)

* Metanóva

• "Now the trumpet calls again we are not calling on us to bear arms, but for us it is not necessary as a weapon but also calls for war, although we are desperate, but the burden of years, years and years (from the 6th to the last paragraph)

* Metaore

• "We, our sufferings, heirs of the First Revolution" (1st sentence of paragraph 4

• The word from this time and place, friend and opponent […]

• "traveled through the tiger" (paragraph 3 of the 8th paragraph)

• "Bonds Bonds" (19659002 ) • "Evolution of hope" (paragraph 2 of paragraph 10)

• "master of origin"

• "poverty chains" (first sentence of paragraph 10) (last sentence of Article 19 )

• "Terrorism Balance" (paragraph 14)

• "And if the coastal line of cooperation can stop the jungle of suspicion (paras. 20)

• "Energy, faith, devotion, which we bring to this effort, will bring our country and all those who serve it, and the brilliance of that fire can really light up Oxymoron

• "But this is a peaceful revolution" (second sentence of paragraph 10)

* Parallelism

today is not the victory of the party, but the holiday of freedom, which symbolizes the end, as well as the change that means restoration and change (1965-9002) • "Let every nation know whether it is good or bad that we will pay any price, bear any load, meets any difficulty, supports any friend, no matter any enemy, to ensure survival and freedom of success. "(Paragraph 5)

•" Let both sides examine the issues that unite us. .. for the first time, formulate serious and clear suggestions for weapons testing and control … May both sides strive to invite the wonders of science … Let the two sides unite … "(Paragraphs 6-9)

•" Together we can do little in a number of cooperative enterprises.


"If a free society can not help the poor, it can not save the wealthy wealthy people" (Article 2, paragraphs 2 and 3) • "Only when we have enough hands is beyond doubt that we can be sure that they will never work" (Article 19, paragraph 2)


• "For those people, […]

•" She is a grave for young Americans who have responded to the call to the surrounding world "(from 7th to the end)

• "Energy, faith, dedication, which we bring to this end, will be published by our country and all its servants [from the 4th to the last paragraph] Personalization 1965-9002] • "where the strong are fair and weak, and peace is preserved" (paras. 9) (1965-9002) • "The final judge of our affairs with history" (second sentence in the last paragraph)


* Repetition

"Man holds all forms of human poverty in his mortal hands and

Rhetorical question

We can fight against these enemies by joining the great and global alliance, northern and south, east and west, which can provide a more productive life for all mankind. You will face these historic endeavors [5]


• "to overcome heavy loads … and [paragraph]

* Sintax

• "My fellow citizens of the world. ask what America will do for you, but what can we do for a united human? " The last moment

* Tronikon

• "Today, we watch not the victory of the party, but the holiday of freedom, which symbolizes the end, as well as the beginning, mentioning the renewal and change. "(2-րդ պարբերության 1-ին նախադասություն)

•« ոչ թե որպես զենք կրելու կոչ, թեեւ մենք պետք է սպառազինություն, ոչ թե որպես մարտական ​​կոչ կոչենք, չնայած մենք հուսահատված ենք, բայց կոչ ենք անում (1965-9002) Zeugma

• «Հիմա շեփորն է մեզ կրկին հրավիրում, ոչ թե որպես զենք կրելու կոչ, չնայած, մենք կարիք ունենք `ոչ որպես ճակատամարտի կոչ, չնայած մենք հուսահատված ենք, բայց կոչ ենք անում կրել բեռը … »(6-րդից մինչեւ վերջին պարբերություն)

Արդյունքների ներածում.

Ջոն Ֆ. Քենեդի իր բացման խոսքում օգտագործեց 33 տարբեր տեսակի հռետոր կան սարքեր:

Խոշոր վերլուծության միջոցով կարելի է տեսնել, որ ակնհայտ է, որ նա նպատակ ունի լսարանի ուշադրությունը հրավիրելու համար լսել եւ հասկանալ իր կետերը իմաստալից կերպով գրելու եւ խոսելու ոլորտներում:


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